Following on from the major incident at the surgery on 20.6.24., remedial building works, to ensure the building is safe, are likely to take several months..
As you will see, the front of the surgery is completely boarded up. Therefore, we ask that you do not come to the surgery unless you have a pre-arranged appointment. We are unable to engage in conversations/help with enquiries at the window.
If you have an appointment - report to the front window and you will be given directions to access the building. Access and waiting areas are extremely limited - PLEASE BE PREPARED TO WAIT OUTSIDE IN THE MARQUEE IN ALL WEATHERS, this is situted on grass and the
flooring is uneven - PLEASE extra take care when accessing this area- DO NOT ARRIVE EARLY FOR YOUR APPOINTMENT. We will try to manage appointments by telephone if clinically appropriate.
Prescription requests can be posted via the letterbox or requested online by email or via the NHS App
All enquiries to be made by telephone on 01432 354366
Please rest assured that our team members are working extremely hard in order to restore normal services.
We understand you may be disappointed and frustrated but would ask that you do not take this out on our team members. We are trying our best to offer as normal a service as possible in what are extremely difficult circumstances. Please be kind - we will not tolerate abusive behaviour of any kind.

Thank you for your kindness and consideration.

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